One onion at a time chopper
What so excellent about this small plastic chopper is that there are no expensive motor parts or machine oil that could leak into your chopped contents without you ever knowing whether the contents you chopped contain any suspicious unwanted chemicals. I can say after a week or so after using for chopping onions, this thing is safe to use. At first you need to chop onion with knife to simple slices before using the chopper to finely chop them to your desire. I even tried Woolworths coleslaw mixture of red onion and cabbage pieces and finely cho...ps it very easily, even though the bowl-shape container is small and I hope Kmart contacts the manufacturer to go one size bigger so that these long spaghetti-like cabbage pieces can fit inside something I would imagine one liter-size plastic container - or better, thick thermoglass bowl so that it would not crack if accidentally dropped on floor.
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Among my gazillion kitchen gadgets, my $7 Kmart mini manual chopper is one of the most useful. I often use it to finely, easily and very quickly (10 pulls of the cord at most) chop brown onions- no tears or cut fingertips. Control how finely you want the item chopped with the number of pulls of the cord. Rinsing the parts is easy too, since I do not chop/dice anything oily. I have had it for about half a year and the blades are still sharp. The body is made of tough, durable plastic.
What I like most is the hand pulling method to chop vegetables/fruits: no motor nor electricity needed! So easy to use and wash up and costs so little for such a brilliant kitchen tool. Highly recommend to buy it for making salsa, fruit/vegetable mince, smoothie etc.
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I got this product a while a go. I had a need for something to make making a large batch of hamburgers easily. this meant chopping a silly amount of onions. off I went to kmart to find a solution and was met with this chopper. easy to use and the blades have stayed sharp. its been used for a lot of meals in my house
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Brilliant & cheap
You've all seen those adds on t.v. for a little pull string hand processor, that claims that it cuts up all sorts of stuff into various sizes, depending on how many times you pull the string. Well, they WORK. I didn't buy mine from the t.v. add, mainly because they gave me no idea of how much they cost! A different brand is available at Kmart, it's roughly $6.00. No doubt other stores may stock similar stuff, they'll probably be just as good. 10 stars !
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